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    Default Miss Geico 36

    Hello all

    New to rc boating
    Question is. What Dasboata prop to use on 6s
    17/16 or 18/15 for speed. TIa

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    all of the above !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dasboata View Post
    all of the above !!
    Thanks for the reply Chris. Do you make or sell a conical type prop nut for this setup. Trying to get all I can out of the lower end. Tia

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    I do 3 for $10 comes with the lock nut made out of all aluminium
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    ok cool. Do you have pics on your site. I can seem to get the thumbnails to work on this Mobil site.
    Thanks Chris

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Zelos View Post
    Hello all

    New to rc boating
    Question is. What Dasboata prop to use on 6s
    17/16 or 18/15 for speed. TIa
    Quote Originally Posted by dasboata View Post
    all of the above !!
    Yes, correct I have logged over 95mph with both of those props on my boat. I know another person who has hit 95mph running a Geico 36 with Chris' 1716's as well. Great choice right there.
    Last edited by MADRCER; 10-03-2019 at 06:01 PM.
    Miss Geico Zelos 36 (103mph), Zelos Twin 36 (90mph), Veles 29 (85.2mph), Miss Geico 29v3 (83.5mph), TFL Pursuit (79mph), UL-19 (75mph), Sonicwake 36 (73mph), Motley Crew (47.5mph), H-King Relentless v2 (43mph), AquaCraft Rescue 17, Atlantic II Tug

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    Mine has ran 90 - 92 with a 1716. Still playing with the trim. I can run 83 - 85 for 4 minutes not running wide open all the time. Dasboata props make a DIFFERENCE!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MADRCER View Post
    Yes, correct I have logged over 95mph with both of those props on my boat. I know another person who has hit 95mph running a Geico 36 with Chris' 1716's as well. Great choice right there.
    Thanks for the reply. What type of prop nut did you use? And trim and strut adjustments. Positive/Negative degrees. Also weight displacement. Fore or aft. Still learning. Thanks for your help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Zelos View Post
    Thanks for the reply. What type of prop nut did you use? And trim and strut adjustments. Positive/Negative degrees. Also weight displacement. Fore or aft. Still learning. Thanks for your help.
    You'll just have to play with the struts until you get them right for your conditions because what works for me sometimes don't work for others. Strut setting depends on what water conditions, what props are on the boat, and if one is running 2 or 4 batteries. I have been running the stock prop nuts on this boat. I normally run these nuts on my other boats. https://www.offshoreelectrics.com/pr...od=ose-zn-8135

    Quote Originally Posted by EddieM41 View Post
    Mine has ran 90 - 92 with a 1716. Still playing with the trim. I can run 83 - 85 for 4 minutes not running wide open all the time. Dasboata props make a DIFFERENCE!!!
    Nice speeds!
    Miss Geico Zelos 36 (103mph), Zelos Twin 36 (90mph), Veles 29 (85.2mph), Miss Geico 29v3 (83.5mph), TFL Pursuit (79mph), UL-19 (75mph), Sonicwake 36 (73mph), Motley Crew (47.5mph), H-King Relentless v2 (43mph), AquaCraft Rescue 17, Atlantic II Tug

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